Formed August 1925 at Colorado Springs, Colorado, as division of Alexander Industries Inc. then of Denver. Concentrated on Eaglerock three-seat civil biplane with Curtiss OX-5 engine. When supplies of this cheap engine exhausted (1928), redesigned aircraft for other engines. Eleven Eaglerock biplanes still registered in USA in 1960s. D-2 was two-seat strut-braced high-wing cabin monoplane. Low-wing Bullet series designated by firearm calibers (.22, .32, .45 etc.). Company succumbed to US financial depression, but continued manufacture as Air Mechanics Inc., and in 1934 designed a five-seat low-wing monoplane.

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